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Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan has wrapped up her third day of testimony at the state capture inquiry by delivering strong condemnation of former president Jacob Zuma's "undue influence" over appointments at state-owned enterprises.
Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan will wrap up her testimony at the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture in Johannesburg.
Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan says she knew she was going to be dismissed when former president Jacob Zuma called her into an urgent meeting at his residence in Pretoria.
Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan's testimony about political interference at SOEs was interrupted by power cuts at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture and will continue tomorrow.
Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan says former president Jacob Zuma "hung her out to dry" while she faced immense pressure from some of her colleagues who wanted her to appoint Siyabonga Gama as Transnet CEO.
The judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture has reconvened in Johannesburg, with former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan testifying.
Former President Jacob Zuma has insisted on appointing Siyabonga Gama as head of the Transnet against the recommendation of the company’s board, says former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan.
The ANC Women's League has not taken kindly to suggestions by Barbara Hogan and Cheryl Carolus that the ANC list contains names of ''tsotsis''.
While the ANC has confirmed President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the second leg of its submission to the state capture inquiry, that may not happen soon.
The country is waiting with bated breath for a new prosecutions chief to indict the state capturers. Why is it up to one person to force the NPA to do what they are constitutionally obliged to do, asks Adriaan Basson.
Mzwanele Manyi has concluded his testimony in the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture. This after he petitioned the inquiry to allow him to put his version on record, shortly after former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan wrapped up.
The most disturbing revelation of Barbara Hogan's testimony during her second day at the Zondo commission must have been how Jacob Zuma blatantly interfered in the operations of Eskom, writes Pieter du Toit.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe will lead the ANC when it appears before the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture, the party's Zizi Kodwa says.
Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan will on Tuesday wrap up her testimony at the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture in Johannesburg.
Barbara Hogan's testimony on Monday at the Zondo commission skewered former president Jacob Zuma and put the ANC firmly at the centre of the state capture project (again), writes Pieter du Toit.
Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan has told the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture that former president Jacob Zuma wanted Siyabonga Gama as Transnet CEO, despite him facing allegations of misconduct.
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